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The L’Orèal Luxe and active cosmetics divisions contribute growth to the multinational beauty company.
For the second quarter of 2014, Avon saw total revenue of $2.2 billion, decreased 13%, or 3% in constant dollars, and beauty sales declined 13%, or 3% in constant dollars.
A blog post from The NPD Group shows how consumers are continuing to place importance on their beauty products.
The company saw net sales of ¥168.3 billion, a 3.7% increase from the same time period for the previous year. Operating income was down 80.2% to ¥1.3 billion, while ordinary income was ¥1.4 billion (-80.9%).
Professional hair care products and Revlon color cosmetics line helps push the company to higher sales in the second quarter of 2014.
Organic Monitor is looking at research about what Brazilian beauty shoppers are interested in—and that includes products with an eco-friendly twist.
The company saw organic revenue growth of 5% compared to 2013, with growth in the U.S. and Asia while European sales demonstrated resilience despite a challenging environment.
European-based sales for the company climbed over 30% for the fragrance company, while U.S.-based sales faltered a bit, dropping 4.7%.
In analysis in its recent survey of global personal care and grooming habits, Euromonitor International is giving the spotlight treatment to the men’s side of the marketplace.
The beauty industry event attracted nearly 27,000 attendees for 2014, showcasing the wares of nearly 950 exhibitors and sharing trends, ideas and strategies from around the beauty and personal care world.